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Table of Contents in SSRS by adolf garlic


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Type: Suggestion
ID: 550304
Opened: 4/12/2010 2:20:16 AM
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Reporting Services should allow the dynamic creation of a table of contents for a given report.

The intial version should at least be able to state the page number of given objects (table, chart etc), with 'grouping' level links in subsequent releases.

Interactive versions should contain hyperlinks to the given page.

It should offer various styles as to how this may be achieved i.e. roman numerals for sections, filler dots for proportional width fonts between item and page number
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Posted by Brand Theunissen on 2/1/2014 at 12:06 AM
Has a TOC functionality been developed yet? If so or not, where can I find a solution for creating a table of contents from an access 2013 report? Many thanks
Posted by Raaimund on 5/13/2013 at 1:17 AM
This is a really important feature that is totally missing in Report Builder :/
Posted by Rakesh Mishra on 1/17/2013 at 8:07 AM
Any date/realease or SP by which we can have this feature?
Posted by Microsoft on 10/15/2011 at 11:02 PM
Thank you for providing this feedback. We will consider adding support for table of contents in a future release.
Posted by GregGalloway on 5/26/2011 at 8:15 AM
Agreed. This needs to be built into the product.

In addition to what was said above, I would request that this table of contents page end up as page 1 when you export to PDF and end up as page 1 when you print. (The document map doesn't print, and it only appears in the bookmarks tab in Adobe Reader.)


A hack of a workaround is mentioned here. I’m not wild about it. We have to deploy a custom assembly… we have to store this info in a database table… we have to account for storing the page count per report per parameter combination per user (in case there’s data level user security). So it would be a day or two of effort… hardly in the plan.
http://blogs.msdn.com/echarran/archive/2005/11/07/489797.aspx

Posted by Graham Russell on 6/15/2010 at 3:54 AM
I completely agree.

I've googled and can't even find a work around to create a professional style report with a table of contents.

Would be extremely useful.
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